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Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow RT : "Just when it seemed consumers had scored a win against predatory fine print, Republicans are moving swiftly to kil… https://t.co/5DDn6QQckS 3 hours 1 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow RT : is working & helping Main St. “7 years in, Dodd-Frank still protects Main Street from Wall Street risk” https://t.co/k4Xpn0yQk3 3 hours 2 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow RT : "Federal Reserve streamlines aspect of Volcker Rule compliance" via & https://t.co/oa4X0ZOwoQ 3 hours 2 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow On 's arbitration rule, asks which side are you on, "the consumers?" Or "GIANT financial institutions?" We choose Main St! 3 hours 34 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow Thank you for your leadership on this arbitration rule fight. We must stand up for Main St consumers! 4 hours 19 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow RT : "In arbitration, big banks win 93.1% of the time. The deck is stacked against consumers, not Wall St.… https://t.co/q7BRrfqKTS 4 hours 24 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow . put it in clear terms, getting rid of the 's arbitration rule is "taking away important consumer protections." 4 hours 35 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow Without 's arbitration rule, ldr says it'll stack "the deck even further against" US consumer. We agree! Bad for Main St. 4 hours 36 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow Ldr said it best, without the 's arbitration rule consumers will be DENIED "justice." 4 hours 40 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow It's clear Rep. is on the side of consumers. So we're glad she's "determined to continue this fight &… https://t.co/FFJWMkMmCI 4 hours 42 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow Without the 's arbitration rule any remedy will happen "behind closed doors, benefiting Wall St and big corporations" - 4 hours 44 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow . on 's arbitration rule: "If you are going to cheat people, there has to be some accountability." TY for standing w/Main St 4 hours 50 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow . is right, "give consumers a fair chance" for "good quality of life" & keep 's arbitration rule.TY for supporting Main St 4 hours 50 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow Wall St will get a "free pass to get away with abuse"- (on 's arbitration rule) TY Ldr for standing w/Main St 4 hours 50 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow "Just when it seemed consumers had scored a win against predatory fine print, Republicans are moving swiftly to kil… https://t.co/5DDn6QQckS 6 hours 16 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow is working & helping Main St. “7 years in, Dodd-Frank still protects Main Street from Wall Street risk” https://t.co/k4Xpn0yQk3 6 hours 59 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow Thank you leader , & Rep. for fighting for Main St. Wall St should not get to… https://t.co/qQFecXB7ty 9 hours 10 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow 5 years ago: Sandy Weill said we should "have banks do something that’s not going to risk the taxpayer dollars." RT if you agree! 9 hours 41 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow For more on why Sandy Weill believes the big banks should be broken up, read -> https://t.co/AjTvdMmKpY 10 hours 15 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Better Markets @BetterMarkets Follow OTD 5 years ago: Sandy Weill called for the break up of banks, saying they should "be broken up so that the taxpayer will never be at risk." 10 hours 16 min ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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